Student Webmail Instructions

Free student Web-based e-mail is available for all St. Joseph's students. Webmail is accessible from any computer with an Internet connection. For additional documentation on using your SJC e-mail account, please click here.

To Login

Start either the Firefox or Internet Explorer Web browser and enter the following address:

america online Users

After connecting to the Internet using America Online you must minimize your AOL browser and then start the Firefox or Internet Explorer browser. Webmail will not work with the AOL browser.

Login Names and Passwords

As of the spring 2009 semester, your login name is your WebAdvisor ID followed by Your password is your birth date in the following format: MMDDYY

If you do not know your WebAdvisor ID, please visit

Click the Account Information link and then the What's My User ID? link. Complete the required fields and click the submit button. Your WebAdvisor ID will be displayed.

Please change your password once you log in.

Changing Passwords

  • Please change your password to a combination of at least six letters and numbers.

  • Click once on the Settings icon located on the top right side of the screen.

  • Click once on the Password link located on the right side of the screen.

  • Enter your current password

  • Enter your new password

  • Reenter your new password

Note: Please make sure that you enter your password without having the cap locks on. Webmail is case sensitive. To be on the safe side, enter your password with lower-case letters.

Student Webmail Assistance

If you are experiencing problems with your student e-mail account please fill out our technical help form and someone will get back to you soon.

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